One of the many important tools of Gravity Forms is the built-in File Uploader field that gives you the ability to collect data/files from website visitors through your forms. These files can easily be stored on your website host, which may eventually fill up your WordPress storage space. If you expect to receive a lot of large files through Gravity Forms and need a reliable option to backup these files, one great solution is to store them in a cloud-based storage system such as Google Drive.
This is where GDrive File Uploader for Gravity Forms comes in. It’s an add-on that allows you to effortlessly transfer files from Gravity Forms to your Google Drive account. In this article, we’ll discuss the many benefits of storing files in your Google Drive account as well as provide an in-depth guide on how to use the GDrive File Uploader for Gravity Forms Add-On.
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Why Use GDrive File Uploader to Improve Your Workflow for Storing Files
It’s no secret that storing files in your WordPress site is not 100% secure. A recent study found that more than 70% of WordPress sites are vulnerable to malware attacks. Hackers can easily gain access to your site and inject malicious code, which can result in your site being taken down or compromised.